Economic crisis fuels anger on immigration - Analysis, Opinion - Independent.ie
This link is better. The immigrants have fueld the anger towards immigration in Ireland. Because large companies (and this is true for all countries experiencing hardships, not just Britain) are shedding jobs, immigrant workers are forced to look for new ones. Now remember, we have natives doing the same thing. But because these immigrants are willing to work longer at cheaper wage rates, they are beating the natives to all the jobs, hence immigrants being the last to end up jobless, and the native populace misplaced. Now the case in Ireland is that there is a large shortage of workers and not enough to help give the economy the leverage the growth provided, but in Britain this is not the case; we have more than enough native citizens in this country who can support the demands of the work availible in this country and keep the wheels turning.